The Most Amazing Place in the World? Ladakh, India

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An overview of one of the most beautiful and amazing places in the world: Ladakh, India in the Himalayas.
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The Most Amazing Place in the World? Ladakh, India

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Harry Dua says:

Reaching such a “breathless” height is extremely fulfilling when you have a
mesmerizing view to blow away your mind and soul !!! Ladakh is
mind-blowingly spectacular… hands down!!

anurag paul says:

Ladakh…. and if i m not mistaken.. u r standing on the leh palace….

mistereddie129 says:

Absolutely stunning. Crazy that you’re almost a 2,000 subs! You deserve way
more but that’s still a lot of people. Where have your travels brought you
as of right now? I know you were supposed to fly somewhere else I think
last time you were in Ladakh. Any way, safe travels Gabriel!

Scott Mills says:

Those who live there must be so mellow. Imagine waking up to this in the
morning, wow..!

Documentaries Of everything says:

hello gabriel
can u tell me what you think about meclodganj dharmshala india or place
above meclodganj its about 2-3km.?

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